Travel Blogs from Gloucester
... she was a Trauma Prevention Lead and explained to me her role and how the Hospital has influenced legislative changes such as compulsory conclusion and brain injury education for all young people in relation to sports injuries. There was much more along with this that I need to reflect on and write up.
So all in all it was a really incredible day! I'm hoping following all this excitement I'll sleep through the night but you never ...
... campus has really made our vicarious college experience much more enjoyable. And certainly the Harvard folks have been much more welcoming than the sneering loner at Stanford (although the friendly young lass who greeted us at the visitors centre there was nice enough to almost make up for World of Warcraft guy). We trot across the road to purchase our necessary HAHVAHD t-shirts, and head back towards the dorm room where Mark Zuckerberg famously founded Facebook ...
... but the climbing was pretty spectacular. We shot up to Gloucester to practice placing gear at Stage Fort Park, and good ol' toproping at Red Rocks. Also noteworthy: we saw a garter snake and a squirrel! Not together.
At only 30' tall, Oz was a pretty fun climb, and one I heard of from a fellow climber while shopping for 'biners at EMS. With route names of Emerald City, the Yellow Brick Road, Tin Man, Munchkin, and Ruby Slippers, you can't really ask for more. More than that, ...
day 41 We both had waffles this morning! Up to the bus stop - we know where to stand today - it's -2 this morning, but there is sunshine - weak and watery, but sunshine, nevertheless - and a cutting wind. We hop on - the only ones on the bus and Andrew, the driver asks where we're going. Today is Harvard and MIT day - so he gets us to stop 10 in time to catch the connecting bus. Tom takes us - we're his only passengers again - to Harvard Square. We ...
... lots of new names. I have done some university activities such as Kayaking (on the Charles River) and Hiking (New Hampshire) to meet some people...those were fun...though hiking we got poured on...and the best part was all the umbrellas that were used....amateurs ;).
Have been running to explore twice a week and biking a tiny bit. Slowly checking it out since most days I spend indoors studying (thankfully the school has big windows ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed